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Check out this Hamptons-like abode in the Village, selling for $3,188,000 by Jody Blohm and Dicker Cahill of NWG Real Estate. (Image: Joshua Lewis / Seattle Refined)

Want to live in one of the smallest municipalities in Western WA?

Even if you've lived in Seattle your whole life, you might not have heard of Beaux Arts Village. It's tucked on the eastern shore of Lake Washington just north of I-90, and only has a population of 300 residents (making it one of the smallest municipalities in Western Washington). Even though it's tucked between the booming cities of Seattle, Mercer Island and Bellevue - "Villagers" (as they call themselves), choose Beaux Arts because of the small town feel.

If you're one of those people who can't decide whether you'd like to live in a big city or small town, we may have found the place for you. And since it's so small - there aren't many chances to break into this market....except for RIGHT NOW.

Check out this Hamptons-like abode in the Village, selling for $3,188,000 by Jody Blohm and Dicker Cahill of NWG Real Estate.

Beside being in the small community, the home also boasts:

  • 5,810 square feet
  • 4 bedrooms / 5 baths
  • Chef's kitchen
  • 5 piece bath en suite
  • Radiant heat
  • Vaulted ceilings

Enough talk, let's let the pics speak for themselves.

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